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W P"- l'vm
in E. St. Louis, 111. Came here.
Roamed streets for two days, and
then applied for help at home for
girls, 2119 Calumet ave. Turned
over to police.
Wm. E. Scott, 63, 726 W. 64th
St., arrested on serious charge
preferred by Luella Rake, 11, 6905
50 feet of railing of Madison st.
bridge torn away by freighter
Muriel. State st. bridge put out
of commission for several hours
by freighter Arizona.
Mamie Lasek, stenographer,
1025 Wisconsin ave., badly injur
ed by street car at W. Adarqs and
S. Franklin sts.
Walter Keage, 3, 2146 W. Ohio
St.," killed in fall from third story
porch. Overbalanced while try
ing to reach bottle of jam.
Building in front of residence
of D. K. Nathan, 732 W. Harri
son St., torn down by fire depart
ment at request of Chief Build
ing Inspector Geo. Knight.
Nathan built structure without
permit, rirjd wh given notice to
tear it down again himself. July
24. Didn't pay any attention. -
David S. Berry, of New York,
has been appointed chief press
agent for Hon. William Howard
Being press agent for a wide
smile surrounded by nothing
must be anelluva job.
Mrs. J. Holran, 1452 Spruce
St., died, supposed.lv from heart
disease, while calling on neigh
bor. $1,000 worth of jewelry stolen
from handbag of Mrs. " E. B.
Leigh, 1351 E. 53rd st., while she
was shopping in loop department
Persons like Mrs, Leigh, who
carry 1,000 worth of jewelry in
their handbags while shopping,
brighten an otherwise gloorny
world for professional pick
pockets. Employes of Chicago Railways
Co. will hold piass meeting at
Old Style Inn hall, 1201 N. Cali
fornia ave., totight.
Employes of the Chicago City
Railway Co. will meet at Wha
len's hall, 4300 S, State st.
The question of what action to
t'a,ke on the companies' refusal of
a wage increase will be taken up
at optn meetings.
If it be decided to reject the
companies' offers of renewal of
old contracts, a date will be set
tonight for taking of strike vote.
On the companies.' own show
ing the present average yearly,
wage of the street car men is
It doesn't need much figuring
o show that Sn20 a year ? no
enough to allow a married man
to live decently these days.
Hearst-Harrison outfit are now
hollering their heads off for "har
mony, harmony at any price."
Haying been eternally licked
both at Baltimpre and at home,
the Hearst-Harrison gang natur
ally pines for b.armony,x but har
money was not their cry when
they tried to run the Cook coun
ty convention with the help of
1,000 deputy sheriffs and police
men. Chief McWeeny has ordered
"rigid enforcement" of new ordi-